Muzzleloader Myths 00A

Decoding A Deer’s Vision

Ever been spotted by deer on a hunt? Find out what they’re actually seeing and why they noticed you.

Coming to Grips with Your Grips

Your gun’s grip affects your marksmanship more than you imagined. Here’s what you need to know.

Confident Carry at Work and Play

Don’t leave your gun in a drawer when you need it most; get creative to comfortably conceal carry during physical activity.

The SA-35: Springfield Armory Revives the Iconic Hi Power

If you are one of the many who regretted not adding a Browning Hi Power to your collection before it was discontinued a few years ago, you now have another opportunity. 

Visible and Vivacious: Blaze Orange or Blaze Pink?

As certain states expand the acceptable shades of blaze for hunting season, we are wondering, is pink the new orange?

May Lillie: A Wild West Star

Billed as “the Greatest Lady Horseback-rifle shot of the World,” Lillie wowed audiences by blasting target after target with her accurate shooting.

“Stagecoach Mary” Fields: Gun Totin’ and No Tolerance for Nonsense

Mary’s imposing size and personality—and trademark Smith & Wesson strapped under her apron—made her a memorable character everywhere she went.

Osa Johnson: Always in the Thick of It

A rough and tough explorer, she stopped stampedes and felled ferocious felines, while documenting her adventures with a crank camera.

 

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